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. it can be changed and amended to penalize the smaller for less. the good news is markets in cyprus are closed today for holiday. futures are reacting very negative. >> that's scary the government. nabbing your money like that. people at the office notice younger people can be i am mature. >> appearance punkality and honesty all matter in the workplace. a survey of 400 human resources say a third of the highers aren't professional. 40 percent say they lack work ethic. 52 percent new hires have this heir of entitlement. might be they are more confident. they might have been coddleed by their parents. in this tight job market there's a lot of ways you can turn your passion into your job. many of the candidates might be saying i am too good for this job. >> they need the job to make the money. >> lauren simonetti. thank you so much. coming up, do you multi task during your meals? you may want to stop and focus on your food. there's a new study out this morning that says you can be putting on a lot of brakes if you don't. they are supposed to open their eyes to new technology but these
is long believed to be a plan to win the 2014 elections or will he sincerely change in trying to find common ground trying to work with republicans to get something done. that's what we hope happens. >> what paul ryan says hoping for is to give american people a balanced bundle et paving the way for a growing economy which will present jobs. he is looking for a new plan to seek the balance the budget in ten years by trimming it $5 trillion. it is time for common ground and compromise as well. some acknowledging the cuts will have to be made in entitlement programs in order to replace the sequester and balance the budget. >> if the question remains we will lose 750,000 jobs evidence that a cuts only approach particularly one that is indiscriminant takes a need ax approach rather than benefitting the wealthy. use that to reduce the deficit. entitlement i would be willing to accept that if we had a balanced approach. >> president obama advise is capitol hill this week. >>> kelly wright in washington. thank you so much. t it is time for a look at whose talking. hamid karzai made accusatio
't take your cell phone. that may change. >> i brought my cell phone. that is a 1964 -- daytona. why did i bring this smart phone on with me? if i were to unlock this phone because i am still in my contract with a carrier who dropped service. if i were to unlock the phone i would take the 500,000 dollar fine and possibly 5 years in prison. at the end of the contract i can take this phone and my phone number to another carrier. what the fcc is saying take this and the daytona studebaker, let him take this now so there could be movement to urge congress to change the rules so you can unlock this thing before the end of the contract and not go to jail and pay a fine. >> you get sick of your cell phone carrier you can move without paying a fine. >> we can negotiate and get better deals. >> you can always use it once you finish your contract you have to go through a pizza czbi process but you can do it already. >> thank you very much. >> it is 10 minutes after the hour. coming up he's a chinese general who once threatened to nuke the united states. why is he now being allowed to visit the bepen
's not going to have a big impact and even oil. oil closed yesterday below $90 a barrel. that could change today but venezuelian oil output according to china it accounts for 8 percent of our imports that's half of what it used to be 15 years ago. they need to get their oil infrastructure in place. nobody is expecting a major import because of this. >> could see a big change today at the pump. >> in fact the company that -- (speaking spanish) bottom line is venezuela are saying things are normal and that's going to be a big struggle over who will run this. >> there's a word in yiddish you can't say it when the kids wake up. the postal service which because down $16 billion sent out an invitation they are having a party for postal service executives they are spending 2 million on the party line for 400 executives but the invitation is a video invite. huffington post got a hold of one of the invites it costs 8,000 dollars per invitation. this is a pr nightmare for the postal service. what are they doing sending out hundreds of these things at 8,000 a pop when they are losing money. >> the po
direct eye contact. he pointed it at me hesitated and possibly had a change of heart. >> police arrived minutes later and found him dead in his room along with a written plan of attack, guns and homemade bomb. >> disturbing end to a disturbing crime an ohio teenager who shot three high schoolers dead showing up to a sentencing with a t-shirt that read killer. he cursed at the judge as he gave him 3 life sentences. he admits opening fire to a 22 caliber hand gun last year. >>> chemical weapons in syria would cross a red line. syria's government and acquisition are trading accusations regarding possible crossing of that red line. syria claims the opposition launched a chemical attack leaving 16 dead and dozens more injured. if any one used the weapons it would be president assad's regime. >> no evidence to substantiate the charge that the opposition has used chem kl weapons. we are skeptical of a regime that lost all credibility. we would warn them about using preteches or cover for his use of chemical weapons. >> lindsay graham is calling for american troops on the ground in syria to sec
for amanda knox has not changed despite an italian court over turning her acquittal. knox and her former italian boyfriend have been ordered to stand a new trial for the murder of her roommate meredith s kircher. her attorney saying they will not stop fighting. >> she is very strong and willing to fight again. >> knox's memoir is due out at the end of april. >> it's like a scene straight out of a movie. a kidnapped teenager slams the car she was forced to drive right into a police cruiser in order to get help. the girl was taken by florida nava. it was all over some sort of an adoption dispute. nava told the teen to drive to the familiar lace home in philadelphia. as they headed over the bridge the teen saw the officer hit the car popping out screaming for help. nava was arrested on the spot she is facing kidnapping charges. we don't know the exact relationship between the two women. >>> an historic change for the first time a woman will be heading the agency. julia pearson will be the new director. she has been an agent for 30 years and is the agency's current chief of staff. as current
interview will air this sunday on his show. >> 16 after the top of the hour. big changes could be brewing in your milk. what the fda might be adding that could leave you with a sour taste. >> every time you log on to the internet or use your smart phone there's a chance your identity could be stolen. clayton morris is coming up with easy ways to protect yourself. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] it was designed to escape the ordinary. it feels like it can escape gravity. ♪ the 2013 c-class coupe. ♪ starting at $37,800. ♪ >> 20 minutes after the hour. here are quick headlines for you. a vending machine in washington, d.c. has some very unique drinking choices on tap. it was dispensing malt liquor and beers for $3 each. it was outside an apartment building police got a dip from someone afraid under aged kids are going to use the machine. police have no idea who is behind all of this. the machine is being removed. >>> this mother to be is being paid 5,000 dollars to let someone else name her child. natasha hill won a won detest which pays her the cash if she let's others choose her child's n
't see changes in apple and samsung until a year and a half where you get bendable screens. you know all of them with smashed screen that is may be gone forever. >> that is when you drop it and it breaks. >> bendable screen. >> nothing surprises us any more. >> march madness just a few more days. >> brackets on sunday. >> how does it effect productivity at the workplace? >> people tend to watch the games during the workday on computers. don't you love that you can get video on the computer. none of us at fox news do that. to show you how much productivity is lost, they have an lal sis abonal sis 134 doll million -- $134 million. cyber monday 488 million. summer olympics 650 million. fantasy football 6.5 bill. march madness no hangovers. social media. wasting time going to facebook or twirt. none of us at fox do that either that costs productivity, $650 billion. >> a lot of offices don't allow it any more. >> they don't allow it they monitor you. >> we are always on our scripts researching when at the computer. >> thank you for coming in this early. it is 10 minutes after the top of the h
of your reforms would have saved those kids at sandy hook. if anything he is proposing would have changed the outcome, i will listen to him. i haven't heard one proposal from him or harry reid that would have saved one life. i'm all for saving lives and i think it's a real and horrible tragedy, but i think it's a mistake to play these victims and the emotions of their tragedy when nothing he is proposing would change one iota of what happened. >> another heat deed bait down on capitol hill, immigration. that's what charles krauthammer is talking about this morning. here he is giving his take on the cuts to border security saying this is a move by the administration that is, quote: completely unnecessary. >> this is getting so cynical, i think it really isn't working for the administration. they are trying to make sure that the sequester is used as an excuse for stuff that is completely unnecessary, starting with the white house tours which were cancelled. they thought that would work against republicans and everybody is saying, look, we know how much a astonishing waste the government is
. house republicans will unveil a budget plan that ryan believes will change the course. in an op ed article in today's wall street journal ryan says it will reinvigorate the economy and reignite the american dream putting people back to work and earning higher wages. the path to get there is to cut spending and the uphill battle repeal obama care. >>> the president has us on a path that brings us to a recession that gives us a european type of experience which we want people to avoid we want higher wages a growing economy. we get that by growing the budget. >> jay carney talked about the president's focus to work with congress now. >> our focus now is working with congress in regular order on the budget process, and through that process hopefully produce a bipartisan agreement on deficit reduction. >> as ryan writes in his op ed article isn't important how we found the budget it's why. a budget is a means to an end and the end isn't as neat and tied de spread sheet it's the well-being of all americans by giving families stability and protecting them from tax hikes. our budget will p
to doing the due dilige. >> still ahead pet owners listen up. why you may soon see a change with the 30 frekdz healthcare. and she got the judge to throw out her pre-nup and now this couple's divorce may have just changed the rules for every married couple. arthur aidala brings it down next. we are following breaking news out of vatican city waiting for smoke from the sistine chapel. it could come at any moment. we will bring you details in a moment. >> here are quick headlines. it may not only cost you more as a doctor but you may have to pay more to keep your pets healthy. it's an exercise tax on certain medical device that is went in effect. some of the items are used on pets and people. it's a new discovery at department of homeland security. it highlights the northern border. the reported crossing for the terrorists behind the first attack on the world trade center. some argue it is giving up our security measures. the dhs has not commented. heather? >> well, breaking up is hard to do, but breaking up a pre-nup is even harder. however, a new ground breaking case has people frantica
on today. big changes for the department of defense. as part of the sequester cuts. good morning, lauren. we are talking about civilian employees of the department of defense. that can include men and women who have served our country in uniform who have now come back as civilians. >> it could effect hundreds of thousands of pentagon workers. furlough notices for civilian department of defense attorneys will be today. those are the notices, it will be a little more than a month before they begin their unpaid leave. it is part of the effort to cut spending in the wake of sequestration. the unpaid leaves are expected to start as soon as april 25th. few woeshgs will be exempt here. they will be taking one day a week unpaid and that works out to be a 20 percent annual pay cut. >> there's a man i know it is happening to he lost a leg fighting for our country in iraq now he's a civilian so he could be furloughed along with many, many others as well. we will keep following that one. talk with us about voters. >> they are nervous about the economy and the debt unlike leaders in washington. they
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it through that gore changed his mind. >> cable tv prices headed up, up, up. why now? >> you got 100 million? >> no. >> there's an investor's conference. the cfo from dushth t -- direct tv said they can no longer afford to not raise rates essentially that the cost of programming their costs have gone up roughly 8 percent but they only rised rates 4.5 percent this year. you have time warner cable saying their costs went up 32 percent they only raised rates 16 percent only. >> we will be looking for those price increases. >> adam shapiro from the fox business network. everything costs more now. >> coming up on "the rundown" you want to work at home? cheryl casone is here with three companies hiring this week including one where you never even set foot in the office. how one 8-year-old girl saved her friend's life in the middle of a busy cafeteria. we will tell you about that. well you can see if the hotel is pet friendly before you book it, and i got a great deal without bidding. and where's your furry friend? oh, i don't have a cat. now you can save up to 50% during priceline's spring hotel s
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travel stops says the man called the store last night and told him his life had changed and asked how he could collect the big prize. later this morning at 10:00 a.m. we hear lottery officials may hear the truck drivers identity at a news conference planned. >> recent renovations at birmingham airport are being investigated after a sign collapsed killing a 10-year-old boy. the family flying home from vacation winning when a 300 pound flight panel fell on them. the mother is still unconscious. two other sons also hurt. only one remains hospitalized. >> amanda knox. remember that name? a legal nightmare in italy is finally over. you may have missed the story. this is what's happening over there. prosecutors are appealing her release. they will head to court later today to try to get that murder conviction reinstated and get a new trial. the american college student was cleared of the charges a year ago. she was accused of killing her british roommate back in 2007 and had to spend 4 years in anity tal i can't think prison. >> pope francis celebrating his first palm sunday mass in vatican ci
happens. >> more changes on the way. >> it was a historic day ahead at the supreme court as arguments begin for two same-sex marriage cases. thousands are expected to rally outside of the court both for and against the issue. >> two different cases in the next few days but both center around gay marriage. it's an issue where the american public has undergone almost a seismic shift. if you look outside of the court you see the people have been waiting there for nearly a week through rain through snow through cold hoping to score what has become the hottest ticket in washington. today the court is going to weigh in on california's proposition 8 the proposition to ban same-sex marriage. opponents held a large rally in san francisco but it could effect 39 other states as well. they will argue this is in part a state issue. >> will rights of millions and millions of americans deserve to have the votes respected. >> but there has also been a public shift on gay marriage in recent years. most polls show supporters out number opponents. they consider a federal ban on gay marriage recognition
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